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Ann Adair Stockton

American, (1936–2018)
Ann Adair Stockton is known for porcelain sculptural forms that serve as canvases for drawing and painting with glazes. She attended the University of California at Berkeley, and the San Francisco Art Institute. Her cone 10 porcelain clay is reduction fired, occasionally with nylon fibers added to the clay for strength. Stockton's' primary glazes are celadon, semi-opaque white, semi-matte yellow, opaque white with a grey or pink cast and semi-matte turquoise blue that fires red when a clear glaze is added. She less frequently used cobalt, iron, black and copper oxides for lines and drawing. In 1961 Stockton took her first ceramics class with her future husband, noted ceramicist Peter Voulkos.

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